Le Huray family page
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Origins of surname
We have not found any specific derivation for Le Huray, which is believed to be a Breton name. It is probably a variant of Le Huret, and Huret is said to come from the old french hure, meaning a person with spiky hair. This is also the derivation given by French authorities for Le Hurel, probably also a variant.
There are only a handful of records, with a variety of spellings, before the 20th century.
- Le Huray
- Le Hur
- Le Huret
- Le Hurel
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